This cabin comes with a wide porch, a custom fireplace, a tiled walk-in shower and it’s also a mobile home.
Escape, a 400 square-foot cabin and mobile home design out of Wisconsin, doesn’t look like a bad place to ride out DC’s Eternal Winter of 2014. And, it’s fairly reasonably priced, starting at just about $80,000.
“Escape was designed and is built like a cottage, not an RV,” say its makers online. “Therefore the materials used are the same as a beautiful home while remaining affordable.”
And it does look good: the cabin has plenty of large windows, a fully-outfitted kitchen and bathroom and best of all, whatever view you want.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this_sneakily-mobile_cabin_looks_pretty_good_right_now/8191
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